Joel Embiid Could Miss The First Playoff Game For 76ers

Joel Embiid Could Miss The First Playoff Game For 76ers

Even learning that the team's first-round playoff opponent will be the Brooklyn Nets paled in comparison to what happened before the game. "But the end is what's going to matter the most".

"It's my decision because I'm the one feeling the pain and it's my body", Embiid said. "If somebody tells me different, so be it".

NBCSPhilly's Serena Winters reports that the pain Embiid has experienced since the All-Star break has increased recently while ESPN's Cassidy Hubbarth reports that Embiid responded "I don't know" when asked how his knee felt on Friday.

"Let me just say this for everybody: The club will make a statement in a clearer way than I guess I have about Joel".

That doesn't sound great, but the Sixers' PR staff did clarify that the "statement" Brown is referencing is the normal National Basketball Association injury report.

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If you swingman Tobias Harris, acquired in a trade deadline deal from the Los Angeles Clippers, he's a little more tired of it and he's hopeful that they can come together as talented as they are.

Jonathon Simmons scored 20 points to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 125-109 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night in the regular-season finale for both teams. The Sixers are 8-10 without the guy who is their clear MVP.

Ben Simmons, JJ Redick, Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris also didn't play against the Bulls, and the lack of on-court time together for Philadelphia's heralded starting five is an admitted concern of coach Brett Brown heading into the postseason.

Embiid, who appeared in only 31 games over his first two National Basketball Association seasons due to multiple injuries, averaged 27.5 points and 13.6 rebounds over 64 appearances this season.

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